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And starts a new chapter of its autonomous saga. The post Google's Finally Offering Rides in Its Self-Driving Minivans appeared first on WIRED.
If humans are at all going to get along with robots, we need to figure out how we're going to interact with them, and in turn they'll need to adapt to us. The post 4 Things Robots Need to Learn Before Working With Humans appeared first on WIRED.
This year, TED can't keep the outside world out. The post TED Day One: Elite Idealists Push Back Against Politics appeared first on WIRED.
And it's not that crazy a plan. The post Uber Really Seriously Promises Flying Cars by 2020 appeared first on WIRED.
The author's latest book is a family drama—that just happens to feature flying bears and a sentient, maneating plant. The post Jeff VanderMeer's New Novel Makes Dystopia Seem Almost Fun appeared first on WIRED.
Having Coachella FOMO? Check out one of its coolest shows right here. The post Take a Trip Inside Coachella's Psychedelic 120-Foot VR Dome appeared first on WIRED.
The Swish stool is an example of using parametric design to kinetic effect. The post The Lowly Folding Chair, Reimagined With Algorithms appeared first on WIRED.
A retirement community on Lake Erie has turned to a technology more common in sci-fi thrillers than old folks homes: iris scan recognition. The post Iris Scans Come to Nursing Homes. Next Stop, Your Phone appeared first on WIRED.
The music platform incubates talent wonderfully, but can't hold onto it. What's next? The post As Streaming Services Boom, SoundCloud Strives for Relevancy appeared first on WIRED.
Get the best of live, on-demand, and streaming television without paying for cable The post How to Stream Live Television Without Paying for Cable appeared first on WIRED.
A high-tech alternative to crutches and knee walkers. The post Review: iWalk2.0 appeared first on WIRED.
In Iran, apps have become a kind of loophole in the government's censorship policies. The post This App Lets Iranians Swipe Past Political Propaganda appeared first on WIRED.
Andrea Marshall, AKA "manta queen," captures the otherworldly beauty of manta rays for science. The post Meet the Scientist Snapping Selfies With Giant Manta Rays appeared first on WIRED.
They can't go at it alone. But with great power—oh, and money—comes great responsibility. The post Silicon Valley Commutes Are Hell. Time for Companies to Fix That appeared first on WIRED.
You might not recognize their names—they're too busy working to court the spotlight—but you'll soon hear about them a lot. They represent what's next. The post Next List 2017: 20 People Who Are Creating the Future appeared first on WIRED.
Uber took a known industry practice and managed to turn it into something deeply suspicious. The post Uber Didn't Track Users Who Deleted the App, But It Still Broke the Rules appeared first on WIRED.
After her husband died suddenly, Sheryl Sandberg grieved. Then she looked for solutions. The post In Option B, Sheryl Sandberg Takes the Hacker Way Through Grief appeared first on WIRED.
By now you've probably let lots of services and apps into your Gmail and more. Time for some spring cleaning. The post How to Stop Services Like Unroll.me From Snooping on Your Gmail appeared first on WIRED.
A technique that allows thieves to silently unlock and drive away cars is getting cheaper and easier than ever. The post Just a Pair of These $11 Radio Gadgets Can Steal a Car appeared first on WIRED.
A number of academics at the March for Science weren't there to protest—they were there to research the composition and intention of the marchers. The post Scientists Actually Did Some Science at the March for Science appeared first on WIRED.